Like most MSPs, you've got better things to do than sit around and try to code an entire website.
The requirements for Drupal, as with most other CMS platforms, are fairly simple: a web server with a bit of disk space and an SQL server for the Drupal CMS to store its data.
Once the website is up and running, you can modify it fairly easily through themes and modules.
Drupal SEO Tools is a module that integrates with both Google Webmaster and Google Analytics tools to allow you to highly optimize your site and your sites traffic.
If you don't know a thing about SEO (Search Engine Optimization), don't worry. This module makes it easy for even novice website managers to make the most of their organic search traffic.
Rather than sit here and try to explain how this module works, we decided to let the folks who wrote the Drupal SEO Tools module outline how the whole thing works.
Are you running a CMS on your website? What platform are you using?